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Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Red Onions Expands To New Jersey, Connecticut; Hundreds Sickened In 43 StatesA salmonella outbreak caused by onions is expanding and has infected at least 640 people from 43 states.
Man With Knife Pepper Sprayed, Shot After Lunging At Jersey City Police Officers, Authorities SayThe Hudson County prosecutor's office is investigating a police-involved shooting in Jersey City.
PSEG Long Island Says Customers Could Be Without Power Until MondayThe utility said most would have power back by Sunday, but it could take until Monday in areas that suffered the most damage.
97,000 Children Test Positive For Coronavirus In Two Week Span, Report SaysNearly 100,000 children tested positive for the coronavirus in the last two weeks of July, a new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics finds.
AG: Police In South Jersey Shot And Killed Man After He Advanced With Broken Glass BottleThe state attorney general's office says Ventnor and Atlantic City officers responded shortly before 4:30 p.m. Thursday to a 911 call about a man behaving erratically in Ventnor.
New York Extends Some Relief For Renters Hit Hard By PandemicThough evictions are still on hold in New York State, housing advocates are worried about the fate of an estimated 14,000 renters who faced eviction before the coronavirus pandemic.
Power Outages, Lingering Debris Cause Mounting Frustration Across Tri-StateFrustration is mounting across the Tri-State Area between ongoing power outages and lingering debris from Tropical Storm Isaias.
Princeton University Announces All Undergraduate Classes Will Be Online During Fall SemesterChristopher Eisgruber, president of the university cited the coronavirus pandemic and its impact on New Jersey in a statement posted online Friday.